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Cook for the entire campground with this large cast iron crock pot from Barebones.
Made to last with the heavy duty cast iron, spend a bit more and enjoy the convenience of this high quality large camping cooking pot for decades to come!
Prepare your meal as though you’re at home cooking for all the troops, then have the ability to put this pot straight on the fire. Of course it might be smarter to sit the pot onto some coals or by the side of the campfire, but being made of cast iron, it’s your call because this thing can go anywhere!
Camping while cooking is easy with a crock pot! Enjoy decades of cooking with this cast iron beast from Barebones.
Cast Iron is of course super heavy duty. Prepare your meal then sit this crock post straight on the fire or by the side and rotate, if you’re looking for a bit of a lower temperature. Even with a pretty hard life and not a lot of love, you shouldn’t have to buy another one or at least not for decades, making the $99.95 hold its value.
At 30cms, it’s the ideal size as it’s still pretty easy to cart around while having loads of space to cook a large meal. If you’re looking for something smaller, try the smaller model, alternatively if you’re cooking for a larger group or a few massive eaters, the large crock pot might be a better match.
Go camping and feel like you’re cooking at home with this 25cm/8 & 2qt inch cast iron crock pot from Barebones.
The durable cast iron allows you to put this crock pot straight into the fire to cook your dish at extreme heat, although you can just cook at a temperature a bit more like you commonly would by sitting it on the edge of the fire and keeping yourself entertained with the occasional rotation.
Get the troops ready for a feast, we’re pulling out the large cast iron dutch oven!
Add a roast, cook a large curry or boil up some refills for multiple hot water bags at once. The 12 inch dutch oven has a lot of space of cooking larger meals.
Simply sit it straight on the fire or hang it above the flames with a tripod, depending what temperature you want this to heat up to and jeez it heats up fast! You could have morning coffees ready for your whole party with a bit of hot water left over for a shower while the campers next door is still assembling their Trangia.
Looking for something a bit more modest? Take a look at the medium size dutch oven that it just as heavy-duty and still has plenty of space.
Cook a feast or fast boil some water with this beauty from Barebones.
The cast iron build means that you can place this cast iron dutch oven straight onto the fire. To control or reduce the temperature, hang the pot above the flames with a tripod or sit it on some coals close to the fire.
You’ll boil water faster than you can get the tea bag ready, even boiling litres of water in what feels like seconds so that you can quickly refil your hot water bottle or prepare for the dishes.
For a couple of people, this 10 inch pot is a decent size, although if you’re going to be cooking for a larger group or just want something bigger, consider large dutch oven.
A large cast iron frying pan has to be one of the most used camping cookware items and if you don’t have one, here’s a chance to pick one up that should last you a lifetime.
Straight from the Barebones Cast Iron Collection is this 12 inch beast. Put it straight on the camp fire and cook up feast for the whole camp. Do yourself and treat and also grab a small or medium frying pan so that you can get multiple meals cooking at once or cook the meat on one and veggie burgers on the other!
With the pan being about 27cm wide and weighing in just over 3kg, this is cast iron frying pan is an ideal size to take camping.
Put it straight on the fire, stove or in the oven and you’re ready cook. If you don’t already have a frying pan for camping, after purchasing this, it’ll most likely become your most used camping cookware item, purely because it require near no maintenance and can be placed directly on the campfire.
You shouldn’t ever have to replace it, although if you’re serious about cooking while camping, consider getting a second smaller or larger camping frying pan so that you can have multiple dishes cooking at the same time or keep some items warm.
Cooking on the campfire becomes a whole lot easier with a frying pan and this one is a little beauty.
Made from durable cast iron, weighing in under 3kgs, less than 40cms long when you measure the furthest straight distance and cheaper than a box of beer, make sure you get this small frying pan before you next camping trip and you should have it for decades to come.
Ideal for pancakes, a few patties, eggs or half a dozen sausages, although if you’re looking to cook some larger meals then it’s worth taking a look at Barebones medium size or large camping frying pan.